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ncdave
Posted 7/26/2016 1:37 PM (#90087)
Subject: Leading Link


Is there anyone currently building these front ends for various bike models? I'm particularly interested in something for my 2006 Nomad.
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CCjon
Posted 7/26/2016 3:16 PM (#90089 - in reply to #90087)
Subject: Re: Leading Link



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Try this:

http://www.dmcsidecars.com/sidecars
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SwampFox
Posted 7/27/2016 7:52 AM (#90093 - in reply to #90087)
Subject: Re: Leading Link



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Not leading links, but it appears Bill Hansen at Machine & Design in IL does manufacture triple trees that can reduce steering effort and -steer effect: http://customtripletrees.com/TREES/KAWASAKI/kaeasaki.html
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jaydmc
Posted 7/27/2016 11:39 AM (#90094 - in reply to #90087)
Subject: Re: Leading Link


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We do build leading links and several that we are tooled for reproduction. Your bike is not one of them. The only way we could do a link is with the bike here. We had a company making triple tree's for your bike for us but they went out of business. I know of no company that I can recommend that makes tree's for your bike.
Jay G
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taco
Posted 7/27/2016 12:10 PM (#90095 - in reply to #90087)
Subject: RE: Leading Link



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Bill Hansen built the triple tree for my 1998 Yamaha Royal Star. He's real nice and easy to work with.
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Reardan Tom
Posted 7/28/2016 1:00 PM (#90106 - in reply to #90087)
Subject: Re: Leading Link



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I've got the triple tree changed on both my rigs and very happy with the difference it made. And the bikes still look stock which isn't the case with leading link...
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taco
Posted 7/28/2016 1:53 PM (#90107 - in reply to #90095)
Subject: RE: Leading Link



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It did make a difference, after a day ridding these mountain roads I was wiped, but with the new tree I feel a lot better after the days ride. So I feel it was worth the money.
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